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  1. THoff

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    Another video from Germany:



    The flight was done with RealSense and IPS enabled. The speed was 15 km/h, or about 9 mph. The first battery warning appeared after a little more than 14 minutes flighttime. The second battery warning came on at around 17 1/2 minutes. Auto-land initiated at 19 minutes.
     
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  2. glider

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    Where's the third antenna?
     
  3. THoff

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    I don't think he has the updated controller. He's done a couple of videos on the Typhoon H and RealSense, the first unboxing was done long before the Pro became available for purchase, so Yuneec Germany must have sent him a pre-production model for testing. In one of the videos he had the mushroom antenna sitting on the controller, but it wasn't actually attached and fell over -- there was no place to mount it.
     
  4. Rayray

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    The times are about what I'm getting.
     
  5. Jimmylee

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    I feel our flight time keeps dwindling less and less.

    14 minutes to 1st warning and that makes me nervous waiting that long.

    The P4 goes an average of 22 minutes to first warning at 20%.

    We need some bigger batteries or a smaller drone!
     
  6. THoff

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    RealSense and IPS can be disabled when not needed, so they don't need to impact the endurance unnecessarily. Also, there is a prospect of third-party batteries with higher capacities on the horizon.